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Kailea and Ella stayed and played at a neighbors house while I did a bit of grocery shopping today. Here is a picture that was snapped of them sitting on the couch watching Beauty and The Beast. Kailea was completely absorbed in this movie - and even a bit scared - she's definitely scared of the Beast but cannot take her eyes off of him and wiggling in her chair at the same time from fear. It's kind of funny. The boys were not phased by it at all.

Ella kept hitting the younger boy and trying to knock his glasses off. Luckily that didn't bother him either. In fact, my friend said that at one point the boys were fighting over who got to sit next to Ella. They really adore her. I think older kids just like babies though. Because girls Ella's age are funny. They are exploring and knocking things around. Throwing mangoes on the floor. They can't really talk yet. And kids just think that's funny. Babies certainly are amusing. 


Comments

were they playing dress up? Looks like the older boy is in a Karate outfit, and Kailea is tinkerbell. Cute!
cutekittypunk said…
no. but when Kailea got there the one boy had a cape on and Kailea had this fake plastic flower around her neck then she took it off and then the boy was holding it for her and then it was just funny to see him standing there in a cape with a flower and her in her little dress - so cute... and i'm curious to see who she will *like* another 10 years from now - you know... kids just like dressing up anyways.
Brad said…
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